This story was produced through the City Limits Accountability Reporting Initiative For Youth (CLARIFY), City Limits’ paid training program for aspiring public-interest journalists.
Kai Kin, 59, a food delivery driver, commutes from his house in Bayside to Flushing and Lower Manhattan everyday. Along his route are highways, Ubers, and — ultimately — congestion. But now, lawmakers intend to reduce traffic congestion in Lower Manhattan by implementing a congestion pricing fee, affecting the lives of New Yorkers like Kin.
In April, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced drivers will have to pay a fee to enter Lower Manhattan below 60th Street starting in 2021, an effort to ease congestion and…
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